Touch Of Gray, Greatest Story Ever Told, So Many Roads, Minglewood Blues, Lazy River Road, Mexicali Blues-> Big River, Friend Of The Devil, Eternity, Liberty China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Women Are Smarter-> Wave To The Wind-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> Way To Go Home-> The Other One-> Morning Dew, E: The Weight
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Touch Of Grey >
Greatest Story Ever Told
So Many Roads
New Minglewood Blues
Lazy River Road
Mexicali Blues >
Friend Of The Devil
China Cat Sunflower >
I Know Y ou Rider
Man Smart (Woman Smarter)
Wave To The Wind >
Terrapin Station >
Way To Go Home >
The Other One >
SBD> Panasonic SV255 (Master DAT)> Modified Sony D10 Pro (Master DAT) Recorded By Ron Keyser. Transfer: By Ron Keyser Playing Master DAT in Sony D8> M-AUDIO Audiophile USB via SPDIF>Sound Forge V7.0> Sony VAIO PCV-RS410> Resampled to 44.1kHz> CD Wave Editor> WAV> FLAC
Aud. Patch: AMS ST250 FOB DFC> AMS Control Box (Blumlein Technique)> Modified Sony D10 Pro Cloned to another Mod. Sony D10 PRO (This clone was used for this transfer)
Master recorded By James Young
SBD > Panasonic SV255 > Modified Sony D10 Pro (48khz) > Sony D8 (master DAT playback) > M-AUDIO Audiophile USB via SPDIF > Soundforge 7 > CD Wave > FLAC16
November 9, 2018 Subject:
thanks for the patch story
I always enjoy hearing about the dramas of the band, tapers, Healy, etc. It is/was a universe within a universe. I have had a number of taper friends over the decades, they are an interesting group in and of themselves. While there were dramas, primadonnas, etc etc in the band and amongst the crew -- at end of day the band was so great about tapers and allowing the music to get out there. A little more drama and a little less generosity since Jerry has been gone. Be well. The show? Chapel Hill was fun, a new venue for them, a great college town, fun atmosphere....I hung out with Justin K. at the bands hotel....so all of that was fantastic. The shows themselves...decent, nothing exceptional.
June 7, 2011 Subject:
happy I found this recording..
I used to have a copy of this show on cassette, same recording I believe. Been a while since I've heard it but just as good as I remembered.
November 8, 2006 Subject:
wave to the wind
i've been a deadhead since '77 and i just heard a song i had never heard before! wave to the wind, 3/25/93. eternity and liberty are really very cool jams too. march 24 & 25, '93 musta been fun. wish i was there.
December 18, 2004 Subject:
Just to clear the air about how this board patch went down...
Phil was uber-angry about the patch being given to the section 3/24. Healey was kind of laughing about it. I was running out of Erdheim's rig, when he handed me these XLR cables, and asked me to see if there was signal on them. I pop'd 'em into the trusty D-10P, switched from digital to analog - lo and behold there was signal. I had ONE DECK in the chain behind me, and I was so freaked I forgot to come off pause at the beginning of the show (hence, so many copies having the "touch" as an audience, and the levels being so screwey - I wasn't expecting to be "lead" on this. The guy patched behind me DID come off pause, and I got a copy of the 1st set from him a week after the show. WE were the only two decks for the 1st set. Needless to say there were about 20 in the chain for the 2nd set. We duck-taped the cables to the floor and ran both sets.
I asked Howard about this during summer tour, and he would not say if the cables were "intentionally" left there, and plugged in - or not.
At any rate, this is how this 2nd night of Chapel Hill came to be out on SBD...